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Residential Projects

residential projects quicken our pulse and make our hearts skip a beat. Collaborating with clients on a full-home design, across multiple rooms is always a welcomed treat. So much goes into the design strategy and the narrative that the details are key. With projects spanning from Miami to L.A., from D.C. to Salt Lake City each is an opportunity to create a space that is rooted in a strong design point of view.

South Beach Home Fearless Curation

south beach historical

Situated on the iconic Española Way, this 1920s Mediterranean-Art Deco was a gem looking for its day in the sun. The client was keen on wanting to preserve some of the period details of the home while still infusing some modern elements to make it livable for today’s pace. It was a project full of surprises and a true exercise in fearless curation.

L.A. Estate

The owners of this los angeles residence shared our fond appreciation for a well-curated space. Attention to detail was paramount and curation was key. We fell in love with the space within the first few minutes of entering so crafting the design flowed effortlessly. It was an exercise in collaboration and intense editing.

L.A. Estate Well-Curated Space
Logan Circle DC Condo

logan circle

Our clients for this expansive DC condo just blocks from Logan Circle was a young executive couple with lots of personality and a keen eye for design. Though the historic building had been updated, our clients wanted to put their stamp on the space with a very design-forward approach. During our first meeting, they relayed they wanted something different from the “traditional” DC interiors that are the norm. Fearlessly we dove into this project embracing old and new.

cooper city minimalist retreat

This 1970’s ranch sitting on a lush two acres had been built by the original owners from the ground up. Over the years it had witnessed it share of DIY projects. Our owners wanted an open airy, modern space they could call home for their growing family. For us, it was an exercise in restraint and a departure from our maximalist approach.

1970's Ranch Cooper City Minimalist Retreat

Coconut Grove

Located in the lush town of Coconut Grove the home was a 1930 Spanish with an enviable pedigree. A solid home with wonderful outdoor spaces that seem to have embraced the home it surrounds. Our clients were out-of-towners who had purchased their vacation home where friends and family can gather. Both wickedly artsy with a strong eye for design, it was a fun collaboration that celebrated a casual South Florida vibe with a run artsy alter-ego.

Coconut Grove 1930 Spanish Home
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